Energas to start Pakistan's largest LNG import terminal in 2021.


KARACHI -- Energas LNG Terminal plans to start the country's largest liquefied natural gas import terminal in 2021 to help meet soaring demand once it gets the green light to build the project, Bloomberg has reported. 'A consortium of large domestic users, Energas aims to begin construction of the $140-$160 million facility next year,' Chief Executive Officer Anser Ahmed Khan said in an interview. The project is being supported by Exxon Mobil Corp. Energas and Exxon first proposed the terminal to Pakistan's previous government in 2017, at that time aiming to complete it by this year. The venture is one of two that submitted bids in October for regulators'...

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